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ADPP Mozambique has recently taken a new step in its efforts in fighting against and mitigating the effects of climate change. The Launching Ceremony of the Climate Change Resource Center Project, elaborated in the context of EDULINK and funded by the European Union (EU), took place at the end of January 2014 at the ADPP One World University (OWU/ISET) in Changalane.
Almirante has a reason to be happy of beginning the school year: he’ll be given a daily meal as part of the ‘Food For Knowledge’ program, currently implemented by ADPP Mozambique and Planet Aid Inc., in the province of Maputo. The objective of the program is to offer daily meals for 60.000 school children during a three year period (2013-2015) and to raise awareness on the importance of healthy eating habits.
ADPP Mozambique is carrying out a Food for Progress program promoting farming, education
Under the USDA Food for Progress Program, USDA and Planet Aid signed a 3-year agreement in 2004. Due to the excellent achievements and overall success of the program, a new partnership was formed in 2007. This later agreement runs from 2007 to 2010.
The ADPP Project in Itoculo is improving agricultural practices, enhancing better access to clean water and sanitation and generally raising the standards of living of the people in the rural districts in the Nampula province of Mozambique.
ADPP Itoculo is a project run by ADPP Mozambique, one of the associate members of the Federation for Associations Connected to the International Humana People to People Movement that works to achieve international cooperation and development.
News From Mozambique April 29, 2000